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The need for surface metrology for the CMP process is evident given that mechanical interaction between the surfaces is a critical variable for all stages of the process. The surfaces that need [...]
Gravitational waves are waves in the space-time fabric. When significant cosmic events like supernova explosions or interactions between blackholes occur, the generated gravitational waves are [...]
Morphological surface analysis to study cell viability induced by proliferative and toxic treatments
In this study, we show non-invasive morphological surface analysis techniques matching well-assessed biochemical methods to distinguish physiological from pathological cells clearly.
Laser technology is perfectly suited for manufacturing micro-cavities in molds, microfluidic channels, or even micro-milling. Thanks to the S wide, we can offer excellent quality control adding, [...]
The evaluation of texture geometries of automotive engine cylinder liners produced by femtosecond pulsed laser processing
In this study with an automotive company, we have proof how laser texturing enhances the functional performance of cylinder liner segments. Adding up the analysis software capabilities, we have [...]
We concluded that one of the parameters that changed the most was Sdr (developed area ratio). Sdr parameter is important in applications related to addition and coatings, so the printing angle [...]
Our research focuses on improving tribomechanical properties of Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coatings, deposited by the novel PVD technique High Power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) with [...]
GPAINNOVA explains to us how to quantify the quality of the polishing process and to report the roughness reduction in the samples after polishing with DLyte.
In this case study, Linkam and Sensofar Metrology demonstrate their collaboration in producing an experimental setup for temperature-controlled optical profilometry experiments.
The research involves the design of microstructures that generate interference colors.
The case study focuses on the development of nanocomposite W-C:H coatings with high hardness and simultaneously, with a lower coefficient of friction.
In this study, a non-contact 3D surface metrology confocal microscopy is used for the measurement of ceramic layers to measure heights, and volumes of single-layer ceramic paths, and heights of [...]
The aim of this research was to investigate the impact of the insertion procedure on the surface topography of dental implants. To achieve this, it is necessary to evaluate if the surgical [...]
Characterization of ablation craters associated to Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) measurements
The purpose of this study is to characterize the ablation craters associated to Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) measurements on a fresco sample and to compare the craters on a 2-cent [...]
In this study, we demonstrate a novel laser surface texturing method based on a cost-effective sub-nanosecond (ns) near-infrared (NIR) fiber laser source. This laser-based method shows friction [...]
We are using Confocal microscopy for knowing how, when, and where cereals were domesticated in the Near East 11,000 years ago, and how herbivores were managed during Late Prehistory and Early [...]
The 3D optical profilometer S neox allowed machining specialists to identify the tool responsible for the defect and to follow its wear during serial production, thus controlling the [...]
We study the optical properties of QDs that are embedded in PhC cavities, leading to enhanced emission (the Purcell effect), or in WGs, producing photon multiplexing devices.
The study is based on the optical properties of QDs that are embedded in PhC cavities, leading to enhanced emission (the Purcell effect), or in WGs, producing photon multiplexing devices.
The task of this work was to build large-scale organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) for luminaires. This required an invisible series connection of OLEDs to reduce the device current and hence [...]
In the fabrication of nano pressure sensors for biological applications, the sacrificial layer etching and the sealing of the two membranes separated by a vacuum gap to form a Fabry–Pérot [...]
Femtosecond laser is an ultra-short pulse duration laser. Until 2016, it was not possible to integrate a femtosecond laser onto a 5 axis machine. The Swiss group Georg Fischer first achieved this [...]
By verifying with Sensofar using the confocal technique with a 20X brightfield objective that the RF antenna’s shape was as desired and possessed an adequate silver layer, good conductivity was [...]
A sequence of wetting tests with solutions of various salt concentrations are being carried out in conjunction with opacity testing and light transmission testing to investigate the performance [...]
We recorded the variables commonly used to characterize facets (size, presence of grooves or striations, localization on the fragment etc.) and conducted a non-destructive tribological analysis [...]
This project’s main objective was getting detailed information regarding skin’s microgeometry over a large enough area to be able to draw general conclusions for use in further investigations.